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    Re: Free Land in Canada and the USA

    I'm sure. And for those who would prefer to live in a town, rather than starting from scratch on an acreage or being off-grid, there are the free or low-cost community lots outlined in the articles...
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    Free Land in Canada and the USA

    I happened upon several articles that listed communities in Canada and the USA that are offering free - or almost free - lots of land to those who would like to live in smaller communities or who...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    Oh, that sounds so nice, like a private sanctuary. I hope you'll post a picture when you have it done!

    No gardening for me at the moment (it was -40 degrees Celsius a few days ago :smow: :canada:...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    :bump:

    Anything new with my fellow gardeners? :sun:
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    Re: The Borax Conspiracy

    Has anyone on the forum used borax or boron supplementation in an effort to regulate hormone levels (thyroid - FT3/FT4, insulin, etc)? I have only found one abstract relating to the topic.
  6. Re: Angels Are Real And Much More Fun To Write About

    Hi East Sun,

    I am not sure I understand - what don't you believe?[/QUOTE]

    "That they helped you." I could be totally wrong, of course. Who can tell for definite?[/QUOTE]



    Ah, yes. ...
  7. Re: Angels Are Real And Much More Fun To Write About

    Hi East Sun,

    I am not sure I understand - what don't you believe?
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    Ok, friends. I have a funny experience to share. :) It was likely coincidence, but still... Good for a chuckle.

    I read Warren's original post last night and enjoyed it. It was a nice to read...
  9. Re: Free Personality Test and MBTI/Myers-Briggs Type Descriptions

    I took the test this morning, 6 years after the first time I took it. Then, the results came up INFJ. Today, it is ISFP-T. I will have to read more about this and ponder. I am not sure I could...
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    This is dish I really enjoy. I usually make it in the Fall and Winter when it's cold outside. The spices are so comforting and warming. :couch2: It is nice served with basmati rice or chicken,...
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    Re: The Borax Conspiracy

    I appreciate reading the updates posted by those who are using boron/borax. This is something I'm going to look into. I'm in my late 40s and already dealing with bone loss (my mother was diagnosed...
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    Re: Canning Tomatoes

    Thank you for the great video. That tomato press is no joke! My life would be a lot easier - sauce making would be so much faster - with a heavy-duty press like that. I can on a comparatively...
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    Re: The Borax Conspiracy

    Thank you for bumping this thread - I wasn't aware of it until today, and the subject matter is timely for me.
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    It has been a very soggy summer in our neck of the woods. Hopefully, August will bring some heat and sunshine our way so the garden can flourish.

    Some of the tomato plants have finally begun...
  15. Re: Good podcasts, YouTube channels, audio books, websites??

    This recommendation is not in keeping with our standard Avalon fare (e.g., UFOs, metaphysics, alternative technologies, healing, exopolitics, the occult, geopolitics, etc), but I found it was worth a...
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    Re: A campfire chat with the moderators :)

    I love the opening post of this thread. The imagery of a warm, crackling campfire in the company of friends, new and old, is so cozy and inviting.

    In an attempt to be succinct, I think I might...
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    :sun: Any vegetable gardeners out there? :tea:

    Our season is just getting going, so some things are still quite small.

    Snap beans and cabbage
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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    Testing, testing, 1 2 3...


    The garlic patch. :)



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    Re: The Gardening Thread

    I am so happy you started this thread, Strat! I love to see pictures of other people's gardens and hearing about what grows well in other climates.

    We are in zone 2a (though I have read that it...
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    Re: Paul hellyer AMA on reddit

    I sent him a private message ("pm") inviting him to explore Project Avalon and connect with Bill, if he wishes. I did not comment publicly on Reddit.
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